Kodak Black helped 28 families pay off due rent balances, preventing them from eviction. COVID-19 caused many of the families to lose their jobs and fall behind on bills. However, Yak came to save the day.
Kodak Black always looks out for his people.
The “Super Gremlin” rapper was in the spirit to give again, taking to Instagram to share his good deed for the day.
Yak announced that he helped 28 families on the verge of being evicted from their homes for past-due rental expenses.
He didn’t stop there. The BET Award nominee shared another heartwarming announcement that he paid off their rent for the remainder of the year.
“28 Families Was Bout To Get Evicted For Being Behind On
Their Rent A Few Months, I Paid
What They Owed And Also Paid
Their Rents For The Next Few
Months So They Good For The
Remaining Of The Year”
Fans cannot wait to see who the Florida rapper will help out next.
Speaking of giving back, Grammy award-winning rapper Lil Baby will continue to look out for his community.
From honoring the local fathers on Father’s Day to teaming up with Florida rapper Jackboy to help make a difference in Haiti, “The Hero” is back to save his community as he partnered with prominent business owner Lemont Bradley to provide jobs to 100 young adults in the Atlanta area under age 21.